Tips and Documents from the Nassau County Police & Other Sources
From the Nassau County Office of Emergency Management (OEM)
Hurricane Readiness Guide Nassau County [...]
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From the County Security and Police Information Network (SPIN)
SPIN Hurricane Preparedness Tips 2015.pd[...]
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In addition to formal County Town or Village cooling centers, your local neighborhood typically has Libraries Municipal Offices as well as public stores that are air conditioned and available as a safer place during heat waves if your home or apt has no AC. Call 311 for the nearest cooling center location(s) to you.
NCPD Health Tips during Heat Waves.pdf
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7 pages of Tips from Nassau County Police on Summer Domestic and International Travel;
NCPD Summer Travel Tips.pdf
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NCPD Stolen Auto Prevention Tips.pdf
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SPIN Burglary Prevention 8.5 x 11.pdf
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SPIN General Safety Tips - If We Can See[...]
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NCPD Crime Prevention If we can see it s[...]
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SPIN Porch Pirates 8.5 x 11.pdf
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SPIN Commercial Burglary Prevention Flye[...]
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SPIN Stolen Auto Prevention 8 5 x 11 201[...]
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Be mindful and cautious about what you and all members of your household post on unsecured social media: including planned outings or vacations that can unnecessarily increase your risk/ exposure to potential burglars!
NCPD Make Your Home Secure Booklet.pdf
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Call 911 about a suspicious person or vehicle. If you choose not to call, try to write down what you observed so that IF you hear about a crime, you can then call and give the police the details you observed. Attached are two handy 'worksheets' to print off and keep in a convenient place for future use that help you make better casual and safe observations. NEVER put yourself in harm's way to get more details than what you are able to casually and safely observe.
NCPD Suspicious Car-Person Worksheets.pd[...]
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NCPD Alert Residential Distraction Burgl[...]
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NCPD Protect Your Child from Online Pred[...]
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Driving Tips For Teens and DWI Teen Safe[...]
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from Nassau County Office of Emergency Management (OEM)
Nassau County Disaster Checklist.pdf
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Pharmaceutical Disposal Sites (Shed the Meds): Excess and expired medicines are a hazard in your home and require special disposal. DO NOT dispose of medications in your drains or normal trash... they seep into our underground water supplies, and if left in medcine cabinets can be potentially harmful to you and your family. Nassau County Police hold community events throughout the year at specific location. Additionally, NCPD provides a pharmaceutical disposal collection bin in the lobby of all precincts. Nearest lobby is 3rd Pct North Division at 100 Community Drive, Manhasset NY.
Telephone Related Scams
SPIN ALERT_Phone Scams 8.5 x 11.pdf
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IRS Telephone Scams NC Police Tips Feb 2[...]
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SPIN Consumer Alert for IRS Scam 4-16-15[...]
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Ever receive a call that rings just one ring? BE CAREFUL - you might NOT want to call the number back.
SPIN One Ring Phone Scam 9-2-14.pdf
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Always verify that you are working directly with your mortgage company.
SPIN- Mortgage Scam 9-15-14.pdf
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If you're ever asked to pay for an item using a Green Dot Money Pak card, it's likely you need to hang up on the caller. Scams have occurred on Craigslist.
SPIN- Green Dot Money Pak Card Scam.pdf
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NCPD Back to School Safety 3pgs.pdf
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Wishing all Manhasset kids a FUN Halloween & Here's some tips to keep them safe while having that FUN..
Halloween Safety Tips from the American [...]
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West Nile Spraying is conducted as needed with notification to affected communities. Currently there are no scheduled activity and this message will be updated if/when it is scheduled. Last spraying was conducted in Aug 2014. When it occurs, sraying is done by ground trucks engaged by Nassau County Dept of Health. Recognized recommendations:
- Individuals, especially pregnant women and children, should remain inside during the treatment period and for about 30 minutes afterwards. One should also:
- Keep windows & doors shut. Turn off window fans. Set AC's to recirculate; close fresh air intake vent, if able.
- Keep children’s toys indoors.
- Keep pets indoors, as well as their food, water dishes and toys.
- Cover any 'live fish ponds' during the spraying hours.
- Vegetable gardens: if being picked on day after spraying, wash vegetables.
Since the effects of the ground treatment dissipate in a few hours, it is not necessary to wash off
Suggest you print/ keep in handy place during the winter storm season-in case Internet is down during a storm.
GC Winter Storm Tips.pdf
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